• Call Now
    040 6666 6158
  • What's App
    +91 9642115000
  • Email
    info@rgsitsolutions.com

SAP BASIS with Netweaver Administration

sap-abap-2

SAP BASIS with Netweaver Administration

SAP BASIS performs the role of an interface between the business logic in SAP R/3 and the database and operating system underneath it. It enables the programmers to write the business logic without worrying about the workability of the program on the permutations of the database and the operating system.

Netweaver consists of sophisticated infrastructure a business needs including data warehousing, exchange infrastructure, and process infrastructure. Netweaver consists of tools that can enhance business functionality. 

The SAP BASIS module deals system administration, Netweaver deals is an integration platform with numerous components like WAS, XI, EP, ECC, CRM, and SRM.

This enterprise resource planning software allows system administration, database administration, user administration, security administration, client-server architecture, and graphical user interface.

The importance of SAP is growing leaps and bounds across numerous verticals. Reliance Global Services provides a good knowledge of SAP BASIS and Netweaver Administration that enables the participant to be proficient in:

  • Database Administration.
  • Backup and Recovery.
  • Install, maintain, and upgrade database servers.
  • Evaluate and maintain interfaces with SAP and external systems.
  • Manage migration of SAP database and configuration into production.
  • Monitor and distribute workload.
  • Investigate and solve database problems.

Basis and Net weaver Administration  

 

  • Introduction
    • History
    • Need of ERP
    • Evolution
    • SAP products
    • Versions of SAP
  • SAP Features
    • Scalability
    • Portability
    • Easy Integration
  • SAP Architecture
    • 3 – Tier Architecture
    • Dispatcher
    • Work process
    • Types of work processes
    • Roll-in / Roll-out
    • Work process multi flexing
    • Message Server
    • Gateway
  • File system Layout (with Oracle Database)
    • File system layout for SAP Application (Unix / Windows )
    • File system layout for Oracle database

 

  • SAP Profile Management
    • Types of profiles
    • SAP profile parameters
    • Maintenance of profiles
  • Operation modes
    • Configuration of Operation modes
    • Switching operation mode
    • Regular / Exceptional operation modes
  • Background Jobs administration
    • Need of Background job
    • Defining job
    • Statuses of jobs
    • Administration of jobs
    • Various start conditions
    • Reservation
    • Periodic jobs
    • Standard SAP Jobs
    • Background server group
  • Spool Administration
    • Need of output management
    • Spool server
    • Printer configurations at OS level
    • Configuring local, remote, network, front end printers in SAP
    • Spool request
    • Output request
    • Trouble shooting print errors
    • TemSe database
  • Transport management system
    • Landscape
    • TMS Concept
    • Configuring TMS
    • Transport Groups
    • Transport Layers & routes
    • Adding new system to TMS
    • TMS Distribution
  • Change and Transport system
    • Overview
    • Transport Request and its types
    • Creating, releasing change request
    • Importing change requests at SAP and OS levels
    • Unconditional Modes
    • Return codes
    • Trouble shooting transport requests release / import errors
    • TP and R3trans
  • Client administration and client copy techniques
    • Introduction to Client
    • Standard clients and their roles
    • Client creation
    • Client copy techniques
    • Client deletion
    • Trouble shooting client copy errors
  • Support packages and Add-on application
    • Introduction
    • Types of support packages
    • Prerequisites to check before applying support pack
    • SPAM update
    • Applying support packages & Add-ons
    • CRT
    • Modification adjustments
    • Trouble shooting errors
  • SAP router
    • Introduction
    • Configuration of router
    • Start / stop
  • Installation on Unix / Windows 2003
    • Installation prerequisites
    • Central system
    • Distributed System
    • Post installation activities
    • Installation of dialog instances
  • Monitoring & CCMS configuration
    • Why, what , how to monitor
    • CCMS Configuration
  • SAP Load balancing techniques
    • Types of load balancing
    • SAP Load balancing
    • Logon groups, batch server groups, RFC server groups
  • Oracle Database
  • Introduction
  • Architecture
  • processes
  • instance
  • Storage architecture
  • Space maintenance
  • Backup/restore/recovery techniques
  • BR Tools
  • Performance and Tuning
  • Introduction to SAP security
  • User Administration
    • Creation of the user id
    • Creation of the Bulk user id’s
    • Creation of user groups
    • Analysis of SU53
  • Role Maintenance
    • Creation of the Single
    • Creation of the Parent role
    • Creation of the child role
    • Creation of the Composite role
    • Mass roles generation
  • Authorization Concept
  • Authorizations
  • Authorization Object
  • Authorization classes
  • Profiles
  • How to provide the field level security
  • SAP Information System
    • Information of the system (SUIM)
  • Password protection
  • Security parameters & password Restrictions
  • Transportation
    • Mass roles Transportation
  • Role Generation & Deletion
  • Mass roles generation
  • Role deletion

 

  • Introduction to Net weaver Technology
  • WAS Architecture
  • Internet communication manager (ICM)
  • Internet Communication Framework (ICF)
  • J2EE Architecture
  • J2EE administration tools
  • J2EE monitoring infrastructure
  • J2EE user management engine
  • Support packages application to J2EE
  • System Landscape Directory (SLD)

           

Sample Description

Enquiry Form


 

 

 

 

classroom_training
corporate-training
realtime_projects